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Timt Mi««inK Glance* [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

Timt Mi««inK Glance* In chapter 1 : "S!jf» dropped her eyes." In cbnpter 'J: "He caught her eye." But in none of the. other chapter* are vt(* toM whether the other eye rolled uadrr t!i«- bureau or v.hat been mo of It. — New York Times. Brooklyn. X. V.. Sept. 6th.— The f«crtt cf tbe remarkable success of t:;«> OarfleUl Headache Powders', manufacturcJ here ;>y the Garflold Tea Co.. lies In the fact that they are harmkss an w. 11 m effective; people have coafldence in them; VnU KNOW WHAT YIUJAKK TAKING Wh^n you take Grove* Taut**!*"** Cht:i Ta le bwtuif «h» fortnuit la plainly printed on *v*rr bottlf «ho*lnir that It U »lmrly Iron an<l QuiTln« In % ta«iel»«» form. No cur«, No t<my. We "Ybii v/ould never think that tramp was once a cultivated m:w. would yi,'j"" "Oh, I don't know; ho looks pretty }■'"!>• now."— Philadelphia Bulletin; The greatest of pro czslonil rthletes u«e Wizard OH for a "rubdown." It softens the muscles and [revr...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

Our Working Girls. U feint he mn*t fftr.ired i*notftltrar« full «'f sunshine, but Ul the nrer«t»*<» Aim ricftn jrirl or «rom4o who i« ol»lic«*«l t«i nork for her UHnjT. «»<!. jvrhap* to help other* ftt home, life »* often A hoAtv drAj: in con*^juenro of Illncftft. Women Who trork. CtpCCllUljf tho« nho nr«* eonsktAnUy on their f»^et. nr* pwulinrly lUblfl t*^ the artrlonmrnt of orpinic tr«Mihle*. nnd should jvtr* tioilarlv h*s-.l the first manifestation*, MJrh as l».i« karhc. jv»in* in the lower limb* *nd l<««er pArt of the Momftrh. irregular wxd jwinful mouthly jKricKis fM W i:.!u» ri.i.'a Dxxxxxm, n. Eocnrrm, Onw. f»,intne^«. weakness, loss of appetite ami fJtH'p. The youn£ lady "irhi^v portrait we publish hejywith'had ali these sytnp-U>.-a, and in addition loucorrhoca, ami was curvtl by Lydia H Pinkuaxa'* Yep c t able Compound. First, she wntto a letter to Mrs. I*inkhanjft lal>OTitorv at Lynn. Mass., describing her trouble. re&...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

FITQ Prnnwntlr C'nrr«l. No r.f» *>r f>ftro««i»t«i II IO „:-.t r.r.«.i.i» . ii.. ■ f ir h.;.n*'-''r.-«t Nerta llnt«n-r. Vt.<lf.rFl fc K»:8i.OO«rU1»-.«tliMit)ltr«;ai-U«. l>a.K.U Ku»».Ltd..¥3lArch:!t..i'tiil*<irlphiA.rft. WET WEATHER MATS MADE; BY TMC MAH&RS OP OILED CLOTHING MAVC THE MMt POINTJ OrCXCtUEUCMHDCIVE COWPICTE SATISfAtTIOV

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Ill*" I rim 11 ii M. rr IlnrUt of *«li«r«. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

Ill*" I rim 1 1 ii M. rr IlnrUt of *«li«r«. "The pr<»v<rl»lal fondii'M of durkn for water would lead one to pn'Mip|»o*e I jin t of nil »he world the trios! destitute of tlllfbfl would l>e the S.il.rirn d<n rt nnd I till I If a Htrny '*pr!hf{tair hflppenod to drift into that region ho would « It In r vniDOORC or turn up \\\n (om wltli hrfcfoHl ihlny. Well, not nt nil," *i\'A n I'retif hiiian whp v.nn fortncrly a resident of Tutiln. "Th«'re nre part* of the ilcucrl where flttrkfl nhotitid. flotirlfili and multiply With every evldeiieo of |K*rfoct Kntlnfnr.'tlon. The fowl Ih nltghtly different from nnr of the vnrletleM we know In tills country, l»tit It hnn the name flrtt bill, oxteiJHlvo breast nnd wob f« # «*t. nhnwlrin Hint It wn« onco n water bird, though now It wnrcely finds enough to rlrlnk nud haM become too provident to ivnute nny of the precious fluid In al»luiloiim. I.lke the other good Muffsulmani i>( tin* cbtjiitry. the...

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A rn.fr«n»ir on Itott Itiu. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

A rn.fr«n»ir on Itott Itiu. A fctoty U told about a wt-11 known ((.vftird ilon who kiit«\v more nbout the trav**l« of t"lyss«!4 tl;nn about the bout he Willed hi. lit* went down to the river one ilny to watch the «-lj:ht practicing. He pazid fwr v while in hlleu« «•. ••V«h." he sr»;«l nt la»t. "llicy look very nict— very nice l:i(!et'd. I may say—but how e\tn tui'ly awkward I: must be fur th«*ni i.i learn to row liaouwnrd.*'

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11 «• I >•«■ In i:»<TvtlilnK. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

1 1 «• I &amp;gt;•«■ In i:»&amp;lt;TvtlilnK. You nrc Bkypilcal about the accuracy of this statement aixl ask why water does not leak from a bottle If there are holiH In everything? The answer is Biinple enough— the drops or globuleiß of water are bigffer than the holes. TakiUK glrwa as an illustration, we find that ulr Is about the only substance that can pet through those holes. A scientist proposes the following as an expefiraeni : Place a bell in a bottle exhausted of air nnd hermetically «en led. The Iwll will not rln^ because the medium for conveying sound Is not j Set the bottle aside for a few months, j then try the liell again, and It will rlnj;. faintly, perhaps, but nevertheless there will Ik? a bound. That means that tin* air has got in. It has mr.de its way through the holes In the glass. The Incandefcent lamp is a bulb of j;lass cxhauKlcHl of air so that thy slcii-(!«-r filauieHt mny glow when the electricity n:ns n!&amp;lt;&amp;gt;i:- St. 'i lie a!r wor...

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rifn-rn Minute «'lul». [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

\ rifn-rn Minute «'lul». New i ork Las a imi&amp;lt;|i:r organization ! In a rirt«M-n Minute vlxib. It is composed of newspaper men. They meet ev-ry uiulit at 1«» o'clock sharp and promptly ndjoiiru at 1'.»:1.Y Its objects arv purely social. No y*'i impers or spefdies nre |&amp;gt;«*rinlU*Kl.

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Htlurntton cr«io» Monr/, [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

Htlurntton \cr«io» Monr/, If thf youth who vtartn in business Ct 17 «r IS "g*:* *•&amp;gt; far ahead that the coll«&amp;gt;pc b*&amp;gt;y can n«'vcr catch up n-ith him. the collegian, on t lt** «-t!ur bnnd, receives an equipment which Im* no possible entiiT.v Jent in dollar* nnd cents and vrhiclt la more fTi&amp;lt;l«rins than any form of material lraiu.— lva»&amp;gt;v &amp;lt;"tiy Stnr Adi'jOS the n;ii;-i of Ponipou hare won for::&amp;lt;l ••!:;jf.:v.' «!:.-!. r* *.' «-r:»tt*.i^ir«* workr.iaifVL»il&amp;gt;. Wuii'li Lf'vi-»L f 'vi-» t:!:ui.«i»;iw l d pr«»"f •if tlu-ir v.M. I.i the . . v which e.»ntnit;e.'l

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Oik; .Mml. Xol llolra. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

Oik; .Mml. Xol llolra. 'TJiere use«l to l&amp;gt;e a famous charac- | for In our part of the world named j Kronfc O'Connor." paid a Cincinnati ! man. "and tin* stories of his dolnjrs and . savings still form a large part of the j staple anecdotes of t he country which ' he used to permeate. •■one of his stock expressions has passed from local to national use. If j any one did a particularly clever thins ! or said anything that especially struck ; him. O'Connor would say. That shows almost human Intelligence.' nnd cow i when far and near I bear that expres- i sloti used It conjures up memories of j my genial old friend. "l'j» In Ontario at oue time 111 fortune • compelled O'Connor to accept a Jolt on ! a farm, where a friend one tiny fouuil him. i lie sweat pouring ofT bis brow ; and a spade In his hand. "Hello. } Prank." he unkindly called. 'Are you [ tlolup very well digging out postholesV* "I'm not.' was the tart response of O'Connor, who was nothing If not literal. "I'm diggi...

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Ill* VVOBU'I Drpnrlcil. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

Ill* VVOBU'I Drpnrlcil. Tin* first t.nol; printed in Minnesota was n Uil.l.v It wn* printed in livJ»;. nbotn 1.5 yi-ars iM'for** the tlrst issue of a nt»\VHi*anf ; r in St. I'niil. Shortly after the Chinese exclusion n&amp;lt;t was pHKHiuI the secretary of state receive*! a letter from Pennsylvania. Blgnrtl t»y v Chltianjan. The writer ■ t&amp;gt;:iUl thru he bad boen Interested In Ibis legislation and t tin I be fell within I lu* touditloMS uf this act. lie had come to this country under false pro- i tenors, nnd hiMiee lie sliould be deported Immedntely. The retjuest was so \ strange that the secretary of state or* | deled ll tl Invrstlgntloti. The ngent n" j porttHl a few days later that the Cbl* | niimnn'N statciueut about the way In j which lie entered this country was cor- j reel and that he should he deported. There was Just one drawback to tins ! proem inrne. however. The Chinaman | had been convicted of murder nnd sen* tentfil to lift* Imprisonment.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

The Stimulus of Pure Blood That in what is required l»y every organ of tlio txxly, for tlm proper i&amp;gt;crformanco »&amp;gt;f its functions. It prevents biliouAiiCAfl, dyjipcpnia, constipation, kidney cornjilalnt, rlictimntistn, catarrli, iiervouaMeKH, ueakncßH, faintnens, pimples, l»lotchcfl, nnd all cutancouH eruptions, It jKirfcctfl all the vital processes. W. V. Krcton. WtKvJ.tork, Aln.. t.«.k lloml'fl Har&amp;lt;«n|inril!n to inako '•- \At**\ pure. 110 vrltc* Hint h* hrt'l not f«lt well Iml tirt'l for &amp;gt;&amp;lt;&amp;gt;m«- llfnr, lU'totP lie had llnl*li«&amp;lt;l tin* t!r»t iH.ttlt- of th!* iiu&amp;lt;||rinn he frit l»«tt« r at,. l nlun lt&amp;lt;- 1. 1 . taken '!.&amp;lt;■ mriiixl «ai liko Knottier mmi- fr««- fr&amp;lt;»m tlial Urn! fcclfutc iti'l alilc to ilo tain work. Hoods Sarsaparilla Promises to cure nnd kfcps thrj promiHc. Accept no substitute, t&amp;gt;ni j^rt Ifood's today. THE AMERICAN Will. Is She Losing the B...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

- When there U n natural nnd healthy cirrvlation of tn&amp;lt;? Mood, the entire nunntitv. climated nt onc^gbth the weight of the Ikklv, j.n^cn through th eh cart eve ry five Uifnutcs. Tlii.i rapid flnw of the hWA throti X li the BV»t«n prevents Ihe entrance of &amp;lt;li%ca*c^cmi-» and impurities of every dttCriptiooJ ItfiltcMOtitall tlut is not iicfi'wwry or l"&amp;gt;"1 for the growth nnd development Of the IAKIy nml noimsn\nit and ItreflfftlientnS the muscle*, liamich, nerves nnd lionw. But, unfortunately, few ftcnona can rijrhtly claim an nhvdutcly pure Wornl supply nnd perfect nnd unpolluted circulation, nnd in consilience nrc cxjio^d to innumerable QUCfIMt. Contagious KhrA Poivm, the enemy to mankind, enters the system through the hlwA, nnd Cancer, Scrofula, Rhrunwtistn, Catarrh; liczcma, halt Rheum, I'R/iriasis, Tetter — in fact the majority of human ailmcnU — arc caused by Bered?onfl]f^^dlVa7luggUh ThO BlOOtl IS ihO SOUFCQ and Impoverished \A**A. Old M nt§ d **m...

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MORE NEWS OF THE VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

MORE NEWS OF THE VALLEY J. IX. Paraxette attired here from Pomona Wednesday with a party of land seeker*. According to the San DicganSun A. E. Dodson, J. T. Wright and A. C. Younkin arc somewhere in the Imperial country. They left there last Thursday to spend about four weeks in this part of the county. All of these gentlemen own land under the Imperial canal system. P. J. Storms was here from Diamond lake last Saturday and stated that his pasture which he advertised in the Press short time ago is full to overflowing with livestock. If you want the people to know you have a thing or want a thin^ state it in the Press and the results will be good. This gentleman has our thanks for cash on subscription. Over at the new colony of Imperial they are having public M:hool. They have not had time to put wp a house, but they had 22 children to be taught and they could get no »tatc and county school money unle** Mrhool started on time. So they *et *take» in the ground, put pole* across and pi...

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CAMERON LAKE CATTLE COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

CAMERON LAKE CATTLE COMPANY A COPY of the certificate of incorpor atlon of the Cameron Lake Cattle company ha* been filed at the ofticc of the county rcconlcr of San Pie^o county. It purposes to deal in cattle* hop*, nheop ami other domestic animal*, and acquire land and transact all other business incident to the industry. The territory in which the company proposes to operate include* Wyoming, California. Arizona and New Mexico. The principal feeding ground of the company trill prol&amp;gt;ably be in the Imperial country, where they hold a large body of land. The amount of the capital &amp;amp;tock is »et down as $100,000, divided into 20,000 shares at $5 each. The principal place of bu&amp;amp;inets will be Los Angeles, whore &amp;gt; the meeting* of the trustees will be' held. The tru*tces are: A. 11. Hcber, ' K. T. Perry. Edward Duol. \V. T. Hcfferuan and K. A. Bourse.

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for Exchange [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

for Exchange (i«»-»l income prepcrty at E*condido, Cal.. to exchange for Imperial Water Stuck and Und*. For particulrr* addresjt P. O. Box 262, Escondido, Cal.

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CHURCH NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

CHURCH NOTES John C. Hay SISDO SCHOOL liSSO* fOS OCTOBER 13. JOSKPH IN PTISON Gen. xxxix. 20 to xi.. 15. Jo»eph wa» there in the prisons there are probably several year* of monotoi.out. wearisome, bitter life covered by that *hort phrase. Nothing is told, for there wan nothing to tell. He wan unnoticed and unknown, vtith none to speak a kindly word. The priaon cell wa* the mount of vision, from the height of which he »aw, an he had never »een before, the panorama of divine lovingkindne»». It were well worth hi&amp;amp; while to go to prison to learn that. Whenever you get into a prison of circumstances, be on your watch. Prisons arc rare place* for seeing things. It wan in prison that Hunyan Haw his wondrou* allegory, and Paul met the Lord, and John looked through heaven* open door, and Jo&amp;gt;eph mw God* mercy. God ha» no chance to fchow his mercy to »»o»ne of u» except when we are in itotnc sorrow. The night is the time to see »tar». "The I^ord i» thy keeper." Amid the ...

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Forest Lieu Selection [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

Forest Lieu Selection Unltrd Statr» Land Ofllcct Lo« AntfclM, Cal., Srptrmbor 24, |W| Notice U hrrrby % ivrn that A. 11. l!r»»rr, WbOM i"&amp;gt;«i office addrm* U 2i* Stowell lllock, !."&amp;lt;♦ Anifrlm, California, li.ih niaile application loielecti umlrr the Act of June 4th, IW7 (.10 BUtfti 36) the following described tract, to-wlt: '1 In- S. tf of thrH.K. X «f Section 3«, and thr H. ', of the B»W, 'i of Section 35. Twp. 16 S., K. 13 X.. H. 11. M., cuntalnlnir lU&amp;gt; acrra. ' Within thr nrit thirty day* from dat« of thn flrat publication hrrrof, protMU or rontrata .ifjiiiHt tin- «ilf« tiuii, on thr crouiiil that ttw land dr*crlbrd,or my |n&amp;gt;rt lon thereof, ia morn valuable for ita mineral* than for airricultural purpo*e«, will b« r «•«•••»*••.! and noted for report to theCuntmUaionrr of the (iencral Land Oftko A. J. CKOOKHIIANK, RrtfUur,

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